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  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001HQZJOI
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By B.Harris on 28 July 2009
Format: DVD
The Mummy and The Mummy Returns were no masterpieces but they were fun movies. Filled with great action sequences, humor and brilliant characters/actors they were a joy to watch. Tomb of the Dragon Emperor is nothing like the first 2 films. It's not fun anymore it has just become silly. The main distraction for me was the departure of Rachel Weisz and her awful replacement Maria Bello. Weisz and Fraser had great chemistry but now with Bello on the scene that chemistry has disappeared. Luke Ford plays Alex (Fraser and Bello's son) and is also miscasted! Alex now has an American accent but was British in Mummy Returns plus he looks as old as Fraser! He lacks likability and to be honest is a bore! Rob Cohan takes over as Director and does a poor job. The film isn't as dark as the previous films and has now turned into a cheesy, dumb action flick with dire dialogue, poor acting and lazy direction. However visually on blu-ray it looks great! Let's just hope they leave the mummy to rest now!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By sparkie on 15 Sept. 2009
Format: DVD
If I could I would have given this film just 1 1/2 stars. I really enjoyed the first two Mummy films and was really disappointed in this one. Not only is there barely a story line, it never becomes clear why the two Chinese soldiers wanted to reawaken the emperor in the first place. There are no emotional bonds between any of the characters preventing the viewer totally from diving into the story. Maria Bello who replaces Rachel Weisz as Evie tries too hart to talk like Weisz' Evie but rarely succeeds. Instead she overacts most of the time. And for the chemistry between Evie and O'Connell - forget it! And it's nothing to do with the fact that they've been married 20 years and are in a bit of a rut professionally. It's just not there. Don't waste your time on this one, just the first two films again and enjoy. My copy of this DVD is going straight to the next charity shop.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By H VINE VOICE on 13 Nov. 2008
Format: DVD
I loved the original Mummy movie -it was rip roaring, silly entertainment that didn't take itself seriously and was all the more fun for it. I was excited for this one and approved the move from Egypt to China/the choice to create a new Mummy to keep the franchise getting stale.

Shame the end result IS stale. The dialogue's cheesier than ever but less witty and self aware, the fabulous John Hannah is demoted by the writers to the poor and unfunny comic relief with a set of really atrocious gags that are unworthy of him, and gamely as Maria Bello tries Rachel Weisz is missed. You no longer care about these characters as you did in the first movies - Rick and Evie are now just nauseating, their son has zero charisma and the new characters have no charm. The first Mummy, Imhotep, was tragic as well as evil, there was some depth to his story - this Emperor's just a one note villain. The much touted big fight between Jet Li and Michelle Yeoh is a let down, and their talents both acting and in martial arts are criminally underused. And don't get me started on the abominable snowmen.

There was so much potential in this story and with these characters/actors but I feel like the script and dialogue really let them down. It's a dandy enough way to pass an hour or two but it lacks the joie de vivre and self deprecating charm of the first Mummy movie.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Random Hero on 9 Jun. 2010
Format: DVD
The first Mummy film was good, it was like an Indiana Jones movie with a monster thrown in to the mix and the Mummy 2 was alright but not as good as the first one, but Tomb of the Dragon Emperor however is easily the worst in the franchise, ranking about the same in my opinion as Scorpion King.

This isn't just because it is just the same story again, there are a lot of things I didn't like about this film like Rachel Weisz being recast (I guess she was the smart one not wanting to do this film), Jet Li's villain is just not as threatening or terrifying as Imhotep and most confusing of all, the heroic O'Connell's son Alex is now the stereotypical American hero, despite having a stereotypical English accent in the second movie.

Then there's the heavy reliance on overly obvious CGI, uninteresting locations, bad acting, predictable plot and shallow characters and motivations, and you've got a film that never really needed to be made. There was no cliffhanger or hint at a sequel at the end of the second movie, so why did they think making Dragon Emperor was a good idea?

If you're looking for a decent adventure monster film, go buy the first Mummy film or even the second one, just ignore this.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By William Templar on 20 Feb. 2012
Format: DVD
The Mummy 1&2 showed us what a good honest adventure action film should be like. Likeable characters, great cast and story, and fun to watch.

In this the 3rd instalment, something went wrong. It lacked the energy and life of the first two, it felt hollow and dead compared to them. This leads us to a bit of a contradiction; if you've seen and enjoyed the first films this one is terrible. If this is the only Mummy you have seen, this isn't a bad film. That's just it, as a stand alone film the Tomb of the Dragon emperor isn't all that bad. Michelle Yeow, and Jet Li, don't give their best performances but certainly suffice. Brendan Frasier and the rest don't do an awful job, it still brings action, and humour to the screen.

But as a part of the Mummy Trilogy, this film is far from good. The first mistake was re casting the part played by Rachel Weisz, the new woman just didn't play the part well at all. Brendan Frasier seemed to have lost his energy and delivered a pretty flat performance. The son from the second one grew up into an American, which was odd because he was British, and the only reference to the last two was a bar named "Imoteps". It just didn't tie in with the others in any way, shape, or form.

It looks like they tried to do something new, but in doing so they forget the roots of what made the Mummy films great; energy, delivery, and fun. It all seemed very serious in this film, the witty banter and jokes weren't there anymore. The cast wasn't believable in their deliveries and didn't seem to commit to their roles. It was a very poor effort.

Not one I will watch again if I can avoid it.
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